I wrote to Silva Thom on the possibility of profiling her. We spent the next few weekends discussing her intensely unconventional journey into software and product management.
Got the chance to have a tete-a-tete with product management leader Jill Solley. Read what she has to say about her early experiences in tech and her advice for young women.
I talk to Rekha— a veteran Product leader based out of San Francisco about her journey into tech, transition into product management and mentoring women.
Sometimes, we all tend to feel like we don't have permission to tell our colleagues what's not working well. But three Saturdays ago, Apoorva and Partha from Quinnergy changed all that for me and a room full of people.
I love writing a startling heading. Jugaad is the gutsy art of overcoming harsh constraints to solve a problem using limited resources.- Harvard Business Review My constraints are a lack of a formal degree in Computer Science. My most limited resource is time. My problem is a bunch of unknown unknowns in software. I've been…
I've come to a grand conclusion that there is exactly one ongoing debate in the world. Don't ask me what I've been smoking. This debate gets reframed to suit different contexts. The ebullient young students debate on "Determinism vs Free Will". The mature social scientists and academics call it "Nature vs Nurture". If neither rings…
I think I'm most qualified to talk about two things on my blog: Risk and Conflicts. In this post, I dive deep into the types of conflicts and how to tackle those for better collaboration.
Find out why Telegram is a superior messaging app for privacy conscious people.
Stuff I do not agree with but worth thinking deeply about.
A novelist, like every artist, is someone who is yet to make peace with herself. After all, the most striking works of art come from the most wretchedly discontent humans— those who chop their ears or die of poison. She is fully aware of the insanity in labouring about a world that's invisible to others.…